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Out with the old lp1 in with the new lp400

Discussion in 'Paper Punching' started by bigwalk, Feb 8, 2018.

  1. bigwalk

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    20 yards pistol ?

    Blimey !
     
  4. bigwalk

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    Yep : you need a steady hand , ps teetotal from 21 might help :):)
     
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    I think there is a tighter group of three with the LP1, I guess you know best as I don't shoot this discipline but I couldn't call it.
     
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    so
    Pi-eyed after 7 o'clock not gonna work ? :D
     
  7. castle

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    i'd get a bit closer and try again, 10yds maybe?:)
     
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    Its not really too bad if it was shot one handed.;)
     
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    It's actually not bad at all for single handed, 20m pistol. 10m is hard enough.
     
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    Not sure how informative 5 shots from each is tbh - FWIW I'd be wanting maybe 20 shots per card to get a good idea of how the pistols compare :)
     
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